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    Tool Tube Mount

    Has anyone here mounted one of these to a LC GSA?
    Any easy suggestions?

    thanks
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    Did you get any advice ? Just asked the same question


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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesi View Post
    Has anyone here mounted one of these to a LC GSA?
    Any easy suggestions?

    thanks
    Not to an LC, but I used P clips to mount the tube onto the pannier frame behind the pannier on the RHS of a 2013 GSA.

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    Can fit it behind (alloy) pannier with P clips on GSA. Secure but still accessible with panniers on. Here's mine on hexhead but friend has his in same place, other side of course, on his LC.
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    Nice one, thanks, what size P clips did you use ?
    Cheers Stewart

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    This is how I've done it on my F650 Twin...

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    If you feel the need to lock your tooltube just put a small black self tapping screw through the top and the thread (but keep a suitable screwdriver to hand!!)

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    I find it easier to have the small padlock & a key on my keyring...

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    Quote Originally Posted by invergsa View Post
    Nice one, thanks, what size P clips did you use ?
    Cheers Stewart
    Not sure think it was 20mm I was scratching about in the box of " that will come in handy" bits and used them along with a bit of alloy flat bar. Been on for last 40k miles and no problems catching wheel and once pannier on difficult to see.
    PM me your details I have a box full of Pclips can send some over
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    Nice one , let me know what I owe you
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    I used a Torx security screw to secure mines. Just tighten the top, then drill a small pilot hole and screw in the self tapper. Remember to put the screwdriver into your tool kit

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    Pics of rear mount bracket for you Steve.
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